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Seducing the Highlander

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I loved this book and series about the seven McTiernay brothers.

I loved this book and series about the seven McTiernay brothers. This is book 5 of 7, there's 2 more brothers to learn about and their adventure and finding love. This story is about Craig McTiernay who ends up marrying Meriel Schellden (who also happens to be his best ...
I loved this book and series about the seven McTiernay brothers. This is book 5 of 7, there's 2 more brothers to learn about and their adventure and finding love. This story is about Craig McTiernay who ends up marrying Meriel Schellden (who also happens to be his best friend) who's twin sister is married to his twin brother Creven McTiernay which is another book in this series. All the books in this series is wonderful, so if you've read any of the others in this series then you won't want to miss this one. I recommend this book and the McTiernay series.

posted by LaurieR57 on July 16, 2013

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Dont do it

Omg, just UGH. This is 300 pages of Nothing happening. The first 27 pages are spent analyzing a kiss. This was like that bad movie you keep watching because it Has to get better. I skimmed 2-3 pages of repeated Wo is me before characters actually spoke to one another. H...
Omg, just UGH. This is 300 pages of Nothing happening. The first 27 pages are spent analyzing a kiss. This was like that bad movie you keep watching because it Has to get better. I skimmed 2-3 pages of repeated Wo is me before characters actually spoke to one another. Here is what this is... Pages 1-3, they kiss. Pages 4-27 she thinks about said kiss. The next morning-he wont talk about the kiss because they are best friends. She then goes to his brothers home to get over him. He has to come baby sit while brother on an errond. Pages say 60-180 spent faking falling in love witn his friend. This angered me because the friend also falls in love with her. Finally Craig says he loves her and Bam the next page they've been married 2 weeks. The rest of the 100 pages is arguing over her not cleaning the home, refusal to wash clothes and learn to cook. All because she's tired and spends All day working with the weavers. Answer: move back into the castle witn her dad, twin sister and his twin brother. Ridiculous. Sad. Warning.. This book Never gets better....

posted by BunnyShifter on July 2, 2013

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

    My least favorite of the 5 - very boring - repeats a lot. I at

    My least favorite of the 5 - very boring - repeats a lot. I at times wondered if Ms Sinclair actually wrote this book it was so unlike the first books of the series. At least Laurel was a little better in this book, but she and Conor are nothing like the couple you fell in love with in the first book. Even their children think their father is a push over. I thought this was going to be an interesting book, because the couple were so likable in book 4, but they were like spoiled children in their book. The books haven't improved, so I can't imagine what the other 2 books will be like. Maybe B & N should offer books 6 and 7 as a bundle and sell for $.99. Otherwise I am not planning on buying them, even though I was looking forward to Clyde and Meahan's story.(ljb)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2013

    Finish this

    The series is lagging and has become stale. Do not understand why Ms. Sinclair contines this, but she never completed the works surrounding The Christmas Knight.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2013

    Modern attitudes, not believable

    I am reading Highlander romance, so obviously I can suspend my disbelief pretty far, but this book is beyond the pale. The attitudes of every character in the book are extremely modern with regard to how they thought about marriage, male and female roles and with how much time was devoted to pondering their "relationships". With very little plot other than Craig's fear of commitment, and every other character's obsession with "will they or won't they", I found myself skimming to try to reach to the next actual event in the story.
    If set in modern times, I might have believed it. Won't read the rest of the character's books.

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    Posted April 8, 2013

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